Stadheim ('10) Has Prize-Winning IP Articles Published
OCTOBER 6, 2009—Both articles for which Law School student Theresa R. Stadheim ('10) won awards in the 2008 Intellectual Property Writing Competition have been published recently.
Her grand-prize winner, "Rambus, N-Data, and the FTC: Creating Efficient Incentives in Patent Holders and Optimizing Consumer Welfare in Standards-Setting Organizations," was published in the Albany Law Journal of Science & Technology, Vol. 19, No. 2, 2009.
Her honorable mention article, "How KSR v. Teleflex Will Affect Patent Prosecution in the Electrical and Mechanical Arts," was published in the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society, Vol. 91, No. 2, 2009.
Student Lawyer, which is published monthly during the academic year by the Law Student Division of the ABA, is including Stadheim's accomplishments in its Circuit Board section in an upcoming issue (www.abanet.org/lsd/studentlawyer; Law School is in 8th Circuit).
The Intellectual Property Writing Competition, sponsored by Foley & Lardner LLP, is in its 10th year in 2009. It is open to first- and second-year students at AALS-accredited law schools. Submissions must address an IP topic and are judged on originality, research, content, and contribution to the law and practice.
View an article about her awards